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Old 07-03-2012, 06:02 AM   #1
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Also have one more question to throw out there. We have a Pritus braking system that we used wiring harness to plug in when we bought our Nissan truck last year. We just purchased a new sunset Trail 32ft upgrade from 21ft and my spouse keeps complaining that is seems like this braking readjust its self. One minute we are stomping the breaks next it stomps you. Cant seem to figure it out. We are sorda newbies to RVing and am wondering is it something we just have not figured out yet.

Spouse says maybe it was diff in going from 21ft 3000lb trailer to a 32ft 7200lb trailer but we need to figure out what is wrong so we do not burn up a set of brakes this camping season.



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Old 07-03-2012, 06:57 AM   #2
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Do you mean you have a Primus controller? If so have you set it up for your trailer as described in the setup instructions? The Primus operates almost identical to the more popular Prodigy controller. Here are the instructions.
http://www.tekonsha.com/content/downloads/installation/N90160.pdf

Make sure the mount for the controller is sturdy. If it is allowed to vibrate it will not function correctly.
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